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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1871)
XEW STOIiE,lV12W OOJ)S!
Th undersigned will soon open
Asi I-;u;ire Xcv StoeK
1 I Y O C I JS,
fiiS 61 i" V Hood,
itoi-s, m'otsji, ir.vr.-i, irtv., inv.
4 NI RKOUKST A CAM- TO tXAJUN
CITY 1)1 J I'd STOKE.
-V. ('AIM -Til KKS. H SAI-TM Alt.SH.
A. CAHOTS9f!2RS'& CO.,
Din uui is rs & a rorii i:ca m es,
i Foster's Wnkt;!,
I'ir: Street, Albnsiy , Or.un.
thci.- s.. U. !el'oiv rii:vh.i
Wliopi-, :-.l-"m g p.irclKisers
A Savin;; of L-TKy SVr Cent
liiwt . ft mu
"liV-'it: 1 i;i
J'.n t have
i'it'S for prese nting
nsor;mcnt f ;; Is 'vr
r.::u".vt ., a; rcl'.itl nmy;
I as our motto, '(Jnn-A-
a ii.v furl sjiv;li jirtfi jr.
Call and See for YcurBelf-
KI-1NK & CO.,
In 2r. T:t.'i Urif K, Albitny, Or.
Sept. 23, 71-.vl
SEW STOCK :
risjs C liomseiils, Slotlieint"!.
i"reii-2 JJ Asueilenn 4'l0irijfN
li.liuik"! f Uivi' i:..lr:-i-. . ..
t clionery, etc., etc
PI 'UK WINES AND LIQUORS.
For mc dKinul purposes.
rinc Tolmeeo :uil Clears.
F AM SELLING GROCERIES AT
Slowing iiriccs.for CASH or PROEUCK,
ii'iil soiicif an early call :
I "rushe '1 I.naf Sugar, C, i: s
Extra ioldeu C Sugar, 7 vs....
FineKnnd iignr,"!i lis
Fine Costa Rica CoiIVe, Us..
Kine-i'uvo-.-c tl Ttn. t i-
Cnrmn-s ;tir-M min ify).. 5 lis..
'olden Syrut V keg".
Ou Meal, V I!
Corn Meal. -p Iwg...
Sa-ersr iis, V box
Yeast Powder-, V lo-
Wu-diing Powders, '(' lxx
Fine S-.ii-. Si i s
Crmr-i,' j-'jijt. V ba g -
:t (H .
And every other article at low price-
'all a:i:l xiiniiiie lti' vtinr-tflvc-s.
3v4 Kiv-i S-.rt'c:. Ailni'.iy.
P I'l'ATt K, iHT lasl steamier, by
:ivl li HOIS.
Pliy.-iiflan's iir'.-iM'iil ion: ami
refi;- f.-nii'Miiuidi'il wiili fjuv.
I iff. ;1, ls;i-17
AS NOW orKVKI OT T, AT PTOIJK
r" en-lv K-.:i''U' I iv A. Cowan S: Co..
Albany, n newaiul well se-
m Fir-: si n-et
It't it"! siOi-lc of
GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
ieiit3i" anl Boys Hats,
I'.OOTS AMI MIMES,
Wood Ware, Crockery WTare,
AVlnrVi lie lias li'irelia-H-rl in Snn Franeisoo,
for coin, and wliit li he will seil
AX TI3K LOWEST PRICES,
FOR CASH OR PROIjUCK.
All wlio want tlic
K1T CJOSS AT LOWEST IRICE,
Slionll ive liim a call.
First Street, Al'jany.
Allmuy, Sept. 1871. .
H'lWl.NG Ma CHINKS.
To tiic People of Einn Co.
WK 1VOI LD RESPFXTFCU-Y SAY
T T that wt! liuve tiK-ned sm ofHce in Al
liiy, ftr lilt; exc-iusivu sale tt
And would respect full y invite all those
wanting a lii'.-t-e'.ass nnifhine to call at onr
tuliee an I e.:imiiie Ihe. tlitlerent kinds of
-machines now on exhibit ion. If yon want
a Buckeye: mavhine, if you wnht a Flo
rence machine, it von want a Wheeler &
AVilson machine, if you want a Kinder ma
chine, if you want a'n American machine,
or if you want to exchange machines, or if
yon want your machine put in eroo.l nin
ninp order' csi!l and see us. We are always
ready and willing to show our machines.
We will do our hest to give satisfaction,
oil find needles kent constantly on hand
for side. Old machines taken In exchange
for new onea.
We wish to employ good, reliable agents
to sell the Buckeye Sewing Machine, the
le-t selling, the simplest and most durable
fhuttle machine on 1 his coast. Ulieral in
ducements olTere 1. For particulars ad
dress, MINER & PEARSON.
Kifild rerixrm irhi th-; Jiuclx-j.- V wing Ma
fhinf. is xiip rior to till Wr-rs.'
. It is the, simplest shuttle machine
2. It has less wearim? parts".
3. It has no small springs or compound
4. It is lietfer adapted to a large range of
work without ehamre.
5. It has It piece of machinerv.
6. It is less liable to break needles than
any ot her machine.
7. The shuttle will wear longer than the
shuttle in any oilier machine.
K That it lias the Ijest feeding device,
which will never wear out, get out of or
der, break needles, fried unevenly, slip on
Mart-lied goods, or pucker the seam so that
one part of t he fabric will come out shorter
than the other, which all other feeds are
liable to do. It makes every stitch of an
etjual length. It is stronger than other
feeds. We can take a strongpiece of cloth,
and put one end in our machine and the
ot her end in any of her machine, and guar
antee tliat our machine will take the cloth
from the other, in consequence of the hu
perior strength of the feed
It is the only feed strong enough to feed
thick sole leather, sewing (in shoe soles.
No soaping the cloth, or any other aid is
It has no complicated machinery, and
therefore is not liable to get out of order.
It has a lieautiful movement, making
ny w thousand sf Itches per minute.
The Buckeye Sewing Mac-nine makes the
kick stitch, the same as t he Howe, Wilson,
Hvngei and Florence, alike on both Bides,
we offer a premium of on- humlral tbiJnrs
r.any machine on this coast that will
a ftrongeror more elastic stitch than
the Buckeye. For fnll part tculars address,
MINER A PEARSON,
en. Agents, Albany, Oregon.
AGENTS WANTED IN EVERT TOWN
and county on this coast.
Address, MINER A PEARSON,
1 i ix i !-S "f ,
(Successor to 1". W. Wakefield.
IarrisSM New ItiiJldin', I'irsl Street
A 1-TtAN Y. ORl-t - ON.
I-'il AX 1 I-IX -MMAT MAUKKT,
J. R. HESKO.V, Proprietor,
IS STIM- OX lfAN! TO SITPPI-Y Cl'S
I toiiit rs with an v and all Uin tsel mea-'s,
at ihe lowest mat-Vet rates. By strict
ten' ion to business, he. litp!S to j;ive en! i -e
sjit isfii'.-! ".tin Ua':l who msiv favor him v. i:h
their l ntromige. li. i .1. R..IIKKROX.
ARM AN1 HAMS, a. splendid Ut t-tiun-i
try.bv :vt i.'l 5K)IS.
i I-l. PF.RRONS OM'INtS ON SfRsCRlP
iV tion, or note, t!i actmm of rait road
f-ompiclion to ASlsuiy, will pleat -ee call ami
Al'-.uiv, Sept. 21, 71 -I i'.y J. II. Fos'er.
1-II V El ; ETA B I - Ft
, in In!! supplv;l
.V . nntSI fjjr-
$1 3"21., psTSSuU'IforWlieal,
R ftT 2.T on account tir in
la: AS -an v
, t );-e:;oii. -R.
too Is, tieli
i a: s. co.
PAINTS, CLASS, KTC.
All articles warranted pure, and of the
Phvsii-ians prescript ions carefTiPy enm
pouiule 1. Alisinv, Oct. 17. lStW-c.t f
I'.v i i;:vr mkoicin ks.
I.AI r KVIKN'C.
CURE TH A T C 4 U U II !
USE TIIK BUST IIEMKDY
Every day brings si rong ju-tKif of t he :
vaiue oi tins
Dr. P. Meredith, Dentist. oflueiXo. 1.12
West Sixth st reel, states as follows:
Cincinnati, th tijl, r 1, l.SOSt.
Mfssrs. J. N. H.MiHts & C. icns:
Aliout one year ago 1 took a coid. which
settled tin my lungs. A violent cough va
the conseueiict-, which increased in sever
ity. I exr-t" torn ted large quantities ol
phlegm and matter. During the last win
ter I iMiamc so much reduced that I was
confined to my 1m1. The ili-as- mi at
tended with coid chills and night, sweats.
A diarrhea set in. My friends thought 1
was in the lust stages of consumption. ami
could not possibly get well. I was recom
mended to try
A!lcni L.uij 2alctni.
The formula was given to me. which in
duced me to give it'a trial ; and I will on'.y
add that my cough is entirely cured, and I
am now a!le to attend to niv business a
usual. P. MEREDITH.
All afflicte 1 with cough. or any Ihroat or
lung trouble, should uf-e Allen's l-tmg Bal
sam without delay. J. N. Harris & Co. sole
proprietors, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Do notljc deceived. yon who want agood
medicine, and desire ''Allen' l.nmj Jial
am.n Do not allow unprincipled dealers
to sell von a preparation culled Allen's Pec
toral Balsam. See that you get Allks's
Lv' Balsam, and yon wiil have the. Iiest
cough remedy otfered to the publie, smd
one tnat will" give j-on satisfaction. For
Re!iii1u, IIoNlctter & Co.,
Nos. ."2'. and 531 Market stretd. San Fran
cisco, Csil., agents for California and
!.! ISY AI-I- Olil tJI.-.-i-S. Ov.1
qiHlS CELEBKATEI) tJERMAN BIT
JL tcrs ineretiMPS tiie apjrtitt', is a certain re
lief lor I)jsp-iMut-lii't:g8tion,B;iliou3n.-ttir,
and inaction f tlu- Liwr.
W K W I r-i. X I O !. Y
eeiil' per Eoy.cn ffir Efry;,
Ami Mt5rt- cent's ;-r immiik!
III tJOOl) FKESII IJUTTEH,
I'nfil further no'ii-e.
Sept. ::5-;;. :i R. CIIEAIM-K & CO.
IRESII FRUITS, ixiiches. gra)-es. aitles,
liears,jt .,! :vt In BOIS.
Jl.HN KH.SAY. JCSKIil HANNOX.
KKSiSAY & i 2 A. ""'."',
Attorney and I'otinst lors nt I.:t,
ll'nin rs fur I, inn ct.utiij'.
OFFICE IN POST OFFCE BUII.KIXC
(up stairs), APjany, I-iiin count v, )rtv
t'i t 3
1 AN DIES, NUTS, RAISINS, etc
ana cheap, by
Kst:it:lisliC4l in IK.V.
luniorters, jo'ilK-rs and manufacturers of
Wood anS Willoiv Ware,
Brooms, pails, tubs, churns, brushes, lias
kets, twines, cordage, matches, sta
tionery, paper bags, clothes
wringers, feather dusters,
lishing tackle; len
pins and Imils,
a-neral IConse I'sirit isStiiir 4mm.
Din-t imixu-ters of baskets from leading
French and Oemum iiiaiiuiacturers.
This is to certify, that the formula used
in the manufacture of the (ieruian Pipitax
Bitters lutslieen submitted to my examina
tion, and 1 cheerfully state the. ingredients
are well selected ami combined, producing
a Bitlers which will no doubt prove a
UEA liTHKI'LTliSH', and jmmtntr lifrxti,m.
t. HOLLAND, M.JJ.
Dear Sir : I have examined the sample of
Bitters presented, and lind it an exceed
ingly pleasant cordial and raJuabfe Umic.
II. II. TOLAND, M. 1.
MIAFFCIt, WALTER Se '0
1-TR TIIE i;XITEI STATES,
6m 302 Battery St., San Francisco.
JX)T OF NEW
j Oxforelshlre Ranis,
Three-fourths Mood, at f5 per head, by R.
JOHNS, near muscy, Linn c o., vregon.
Sept. 30-4 v4w4
Steam Engine for Sale.
STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER, ABOUT
fifteen horse power, In good working
order. Also, one four inch Hooker pump,
In good order. Apply to the Salem Oas
Light CO., sclera, Oregon.
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
S F. Percussion Match CominiiyV matches.
American Net and Twine Company's t wine
Boston Flax Mills' twine.
.J. C. Couroy and Company's fishing tackle.
Hollingswort h ,S: Whitney. paper imgs.
t'. E. riswo!d A: Co.'s feat her dusters.
F. Mcl-augliiin's brushes.
Our stock is the "b-gest. on the Paeidc
Coast, and our facilities for matiut'acl m ing
and inr,oi-I ing enable us to :--Al at lowest
nfarkel price. Send for a t atalogue.
tiI5 ami 317 Kiici-nmento street,
SAN FRANCISCO. 3:jv3mG
reccive and forsa!
A LI- SIZES, JUST
!e at this otlice. low-
low. at-' I his oflice.
"I LANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, ETC.
JL on hand latest styles-and for sale
DUY-GOODS & OKOUKUIES:
LADIES AND GKXTI-KMKN !
BOYS AND GIRLS!
FOR YOUR IM'i:t"IAI, RENE-FIT I
3P" JL 3 X fri 3 ZE O t, C3. J
YV. J. II I I.T Altl 1K I 1. ANIIUKVS.
W. J. SSISLTAE$S2i;s, & CO.
Have just received,
tHrecl from San IVaiielseo,
And now oiler for sale
AT THEIR oi-l MAM,
(? ne9oor Below Conner's Bank
A full assortment of
YANKEE MOTIONS, ETC., ETC.,
Cimsist ing in part of
Icbi;ns. ? Dif Silk.
Jeans, l)i:tj r, i';il.!e Eineii
Crash, Tu-ki:i:; JVitiines,
(.lieek. St lines.
T able 1." o v e r s,
Jl ro v n r I oinesiie,
I-ticlies' and Mi-es Shoes,
(it-tits i(Htt tiiul SliiH-s,
1 toys' Boot and Shoes,
Slipper. and Gaiter,
Linen A Siik llandk'i hiet'.
v. a i noriiia .Merenandise.
VTY. INVITE ESPECIAL
lo tiur airge sitK-U tt bo
which are. of the. iK-st tpiality.
A lull assortment til' gents'
hats. A gtmd assort inent of
Such as medium and line business suits,
medium and line pants, medium and tine
coats, medium and line vests, gents' un
dershirts, gents' cot '.on and wotnen socks.
A full assortment of
Croekery ami ilu Ware,
A full assortment of Bucna Vista hollow
wain, cedar tubs, cedar buckets, clothes
baskets, market baskets, table cutlery,
A complete"assortmeiit of groceries con
stant lv on hand.
Wo Iosi lively Is-I'y Compel i I ion.
Al'iaiiv, Jnlv 29. 71-17v3m:l
We offer to country merchaiUs the
IAIKJIM AND FIXKST KTOCTi OF
WOOD & WrS LLOW W A RE
BriMhes, Brooiun, TwIiicm, Matclit,
AN1 HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLESGEN
erally, to be found on the coast, and
which we oiler at lower prices than any
other house. Merchants visiting the citv
will lind it to their advantage tocall on us
liefore purchasing elsewhere.
On I rx prompt! u awl cfir;fuV)iflllrri.
Catalogues sent to any address when re-'
E. IC. HOWES It CO.,
Nos. 118, 120 and 122 Front street, San Fran
cidco, Cal. 4v4m:i
FRAXSt A. COOK,
Boofcbluder aiifl Itlnnlt Rook Manu
facturer, f SALEM, OREGON,
HAVING ESTABLISHED A FIRST
class bookbindery in Salem, is now
prepared to do all manner of work known
to the trade.
Magazines, newspapers and mi isic bound
in any desired style.
Old books re-bound. j
Blank books of every description, with
or without printed headings, manufac
tured to order. 1
Blanks, of every kind, ruled and printed
. Jrice reasonable. I
Jb ray Block. m4
Xcw Store ! Xcw Goods !
3. MBI.T. BEACIS
Is now opening a
Seleetel Stoek of General
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Crockery and la.x Ware,
BOOTS ANO SIIOi:S,
PAINTS AND OILS, ETC., ETC.,
ND IS OFFERING THE GOODS TO
he nublicat nricescorresixinding with
All kinds of merchantable nroducc taken
in exchange for goods.
Come one, come all. and examine prices.
at. the old stand, formerly tx-cuiVied by D.
Bejich & Son. onnosi'e Foster's brick. south
side First street, Albany, ( regon. 3lv3
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Wholesale and retail.
Corner First A RroiMlnlblii, Albany.
A. C. LAYTOX, Proprietor.
C. LAYTON, HAVING PURCHASEI
the s!K-k of tieorge W. Young, and
added to it a large assortment of
REAL INSTATE DEALER,
No. I Front Street-. Partlnud. Or.
REAL ESTATE in thisCITYand EAST
PORTLAND, in the iiKist desimb'e locali
ties, consisting of LOTS-JfALF BLOCKS.
and BLOCKS, HOUSES and STORES; also.
IMPROVED FARMS. nd vulnnhin n-
cultivat.. 1 LANDS, ltK-ated in ALL partsof
t he STATE for SA LE.
REAI- ESTATE, and ntW nrmwrtv
purchased J'oreorresixnidents, in this CIT Y
and throughout the STATE and TERRI
I'i i ".Ks-' wi;h great care and on the most
HOITSES'ailll STI1!F! lonwT TUVS
?oiii,.C'.'l'VfK, "IAIMS F ALL DE
SlRlfllONS I'BOM !TI.V I 'I I .1 .fc-f -r v. i
and a geuei-al FIN A VCI A I. nml t:wv-v
BUSIN ESS transacted. - .
AGENTS of this lWPtct t n ,i,
TIES and TOWNS in the STATE, wilt re
ceive descript ions of FARM I'lini'iittTV
tnd forward the same to tlu liv-.
pT'The great lire at Chicago did not
prevent, the removal of Wheeler's stow? to
She Ms, whore he is now in recelnt. of his
fall and winter stock. With enlarged fa
culties, and in tire convenient access to
market. Wheeler will no doubt make his
establishment at Shedds th; most com
plete retail store in the county; and he
still holds to Ihe old motto, "Small profits
and quick returns."
Furniture Of all kinds, styles and
liiiiIi, eheapand high-prieod, calcula
ted to suit tlu! fancy of the inot "fastid
ious, or the pockets of the poorest, can
be obtained tit Mealeys. The ware
room are overflowing with an entire
new stock, and those in neeil of smy-
thing in the line of furniture are re-
piestcd to give the o.t'tb!ishnieiit tin
aiiy ca!L lml.
NEW T i-DAY.
OR. E. O. S3I1TII, IJEtfTIST,
E. Z-iinilalI, AtsMistant,
HAS LOCATEI IN AI
buny. and is now rendv
to wail tin the i-itizi'tisnf I-
bati vand vicinity. with :i new '-A.
in vent ion in de"n!al work. It consists in
suppoi-t ing 1 he plat e to t he mouth wil hout
covering the whole ltiof, as heretofore.
Those wishing artilicial tet-th are request
ed to call and examine for themselves.
Also. p;a.e mended, whether partinllv
bro'vcn or divided. Teeth, extracted with
out pain. Oflice over Tnrrell's store. All
work warranted. 7v4
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
11 subscribers to the donation subsidy to
the Oregon and California Railroad Com
pany, living north of Lesler Ilnlin's south
line, lliat said subscription is now due and
made payable to the undersigned agent,
who is authorized to receive' and receipt
for the same. Please call at Ihe store of
Smith, Rrasiicld & Co., in Harrisburg,
Oregon, and pav the same, on or before
Nov. 1st, 1371.
Agent O. ii. C. R. R. Co.
Harrisburg, Oregon, Oct. 1.1, 171-7 v4
59000 Bush. Oats
rWILL PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET
price for all the clean oats delivered at
A. C. LAYTON'S,
2-m3 AHwmy, Oregon.
GROCERIES AMD NOTIONS,
Solicits the patronage, of his friends and
the public. The stock is well selected, and
Sold at the Lovrcst Irieeji.
"We mean trade, and will give yon value
IVE US A TRIAI-.
A. C. LAYTON, .
Cor. First and Broadalbin Sts.
We want vonr nrotluce. ami will trive as
gobd a h&rgtiln as can be found in this
uvsrgiju' cau ana ee on. wir
REAI, I'.STATK AWKS T, ALBANY, OR,
1IVES ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO
T buying and selling real east ate, leas,
ing or Venting city property ; has a mini
her of very desirable farms for sale, situ
ated in desirable localities. Also, a num
ler of desirable familv residences and
vacant lots in the city of Alliany for sale.
on very easy terms.
E EI CARTER,
T'I LI- ATTEND PROMPTLY TO ALL
business pertaining to that office
which may le entrusted to his care.
GEXKItAI- FINANCIAL At J EXT,
A TAKES A SPECIALTY OF COLLECT
j.Vl ing, adjusting or securing debts, ne
gotiating loans, collecting rents, etc., etc.
Is agent for
THE NORTH AMEBM A HI V THAI,
rIFE INSURANCE CO-. TniS COMPA
j n v is one of the most reliable, and
nrese.nts as favorable terms for insnrauce
is any company in the United States.
Persons wishing to avail themselves of the
great lienelits of life insurance will And it
i heir interest to insure in this oflice. and
with a local agent. All ryjlicics endorsed bu
th". NUilv. of Ar.t liw.
Oflice comer of Broadalbin and First
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, in full
supply, just received by
6 SulisctilicTR finding an X after their '
names are informed t hat their suljscriptibn
expires with that number; and they are in
vited to renew It, Terms $3 per annum,
in advance ; six mont ha, 2 ; three months,
fcJsir" Legal, tenders received at par from
sniiscribersin the Eastern States.
CITY AND COUNTY;
WAjTKn. A trttstworthy, industrious
boy, who can read and write, can And em
ployment at this oflice, if application be
E. Register : You ask : "What
do yon think of the Register since
it ha., been eulrtrged ?" The Reg-;
ister is really a paper of great su
periority : its ways are not past find
ing ont. I enclose three dollars for
the Register. Every family In
Oregon ought to htive it it i well
worth the money.
" When we know tliat we are endow-,
ed, nutl lutve the full and free com-"
iviendation of such men as Mr. Fin
layson. we feel encouraged to renewed
industry to make the Register still,
more worthy of the patronage of our
Lecture on Swamp Lands. On
Monday evening at the Court House
in this cityT Hon. Samuel Colver,- of
Jackson county, delivered a most in
teresting lecture on the Swamp Land
Bill of Oregon, painting with master
hand the outrageous fraud perpetrated
ypon the people of Oregon in the pas- .
sage of tliat bill. A petition, setting"
forth the grievances of aefaal settlers
on the public lands, and praying Con-
gress to so legislate tliat the rightful
occupants of small tracts of land shall
not be dispossef&ed by those seeking to
acquire large tracts of the public do
main for merely speculative purposesy
was circulated, and largely signed by
those present. Copies of the petition
have been left at this office, where
they can be obtained by any one wish
ing to circulate them for signatures".'
Wood's Household Magazine.
'Onward, right onward" seems to be
the aim of the publishers. We thought
it imjiossible to excel the September
number, but October, with its list of
famous contributors and its valuable
reading, is a perfect' gem, and we can
not understand how so much real-wortl
and merit, from such popular writers
ilton, etc., etc., can be furnished for
as Greeley, Parton, Beecher, Gail Ham-'
only ONE DOLLAR a year. The
Magazine is steadily increasing in pub
lic favor, and we predict for it a brill
iant future, for people are not slow in
bestowing their patronage where they
can obtain the most for their money
Specimen copies furnished free. Pub
lished by S. S. Wood & Co., New
burg, N. Y. For $3 50 we will send
a copy of the above excellent ' maga
zine, and one copy of the Register one
year. . Here is - an opportunity for .se
curing two first class publications at
less tlian the regular subscription
W . II. ItlTAULAXD & CO.,
Opposite the hotels,
SUCCESSORS TO O. P. TOMPKINS CO.
Force and .Lift Pumps,
LEAD AND IRON PIPE,
ECollow W aire,
HOUSE Fl KXISinXO HARDWARE,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron
7LARUEVT STOCK IN TIIK VATLTLEY.
Lowest Prices Every Time.
Repairing Properly Dwe. 40v2
EuitorialCall. Thos. Gale, Ksq.r
of the Roseburg Ensign, so recently
destroyed by fire, called on us Wednes
day. He is rapidly recovering from
the wound received in the late affair
with Mr. Thompson, of the riaiw-
dealer, and will resume, in connec
tion with Ids brother, the publication'
of the Ensign, as soon as their ina--terial
arrives. They will start out
with 1,000 suliscribers. Success and
prosperity attend them.
Dental. See card of Dr. E7 O-
Smith eleswheie. The Doctor and hi
assistant, Mr. I. Kimball, will attend
to the wants ot our citizens in the
dental line,' introducing the new in
vention in. dentistry which does away
with the cumbersome plate, that, h
the old style, fills the whole roof of.
the mouth." The'y are to be found fat
their office over Turrell's store, corner
of First and Broadalbin streets. '
Maple Sugar. Messrs., Blaln
Young & Co., have received, direct
from the East, a quantity of genuine
maple sugar. It makes the' finest
syrup for rolling flap-jacks in, ever
invented. For a chunk of the sugar
we are under obligations to Mr. Bar
rows, one of the whole-souled gentle
men composing the firm. Get some
of that sugar before it is all gone If
you want something really splended.
Lost For Rent. Luther Elkln's,
Esq., gives notice through our columns
this morning that he will liberally re
ward the jierson who will find and
return to him a valuable cow therein
described. Die has a good residence In
Lebanon, and a small farm near there
both of which are for rent. Read the
advertisement. , ' ";. ',.""1
Nice Dress Goois Just opened
at Tun-ell's, which the ladies should,
see. Another large invoice of neyr
Fall and Whiter styles expected to
day,' and ' which will be opened far
publlc hispection as soon as received.
Call in at Tun-ell's and examine. -